GCBS was established in 1990 by John Rea, a lifelong resident of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. He received his B.S. in Business Administration from William Carey College in 1985 and was adamant about utilizing the Degree. During his senior year, while trying to decide what line of business he wanted to pursue, he studied the Office and Janitorial Industry. He read many articles in business magazines on how bright the future was for that industry. It was the only industry that was not dictated by the economy. Almost every item that could be sold was a necessity, disposable, and would have to be reordered over and over again. He had always envisioned owning his own Co., so he began his journey. (READ MORE)
Beating all competitors prices... even AMAZON!
GCBS is proud to announce our newest endeavor “Brother Volume Print Program/Managed Print Services (VPP)” Looking for great deals on high volume printers with incredibly low price per page cost? Ask your sales rep or our customer service department about our new exclusive partnership with Brother!
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GCBS is now an HP qualified supplies partner to deliver more advanced solutions to meet our customers' growing requirements for productivity in the workplace. Together we expect to transform the way business supplies are leveraged to stay ahead of the industry requirements.
GCBS is a proud authorized distributor of Hewlett Packard.Learn More
When doing business with GCBS, you need to know what separates us forom the rest.
Ever since Federal Judge Emmet G. Sullivan sided with the Federal Trade Commission, back in May of 2016 to block the Office Depot and Staples merger, both companies have been forced to make major adjustments to offset plummeting stocks. Both companies were counting on the merger to counteract a declining market, adapt to increasing competition from retail giants such as Amazon and Wal-Mart and reduce overhead. See link below concerning the block. The collapse of the deal has forced both companies to develop new strategies. Office Depot’s revenue fell 11 percent last year, while Staples saw sales tumble 7 percent. Part of that strategy being the manipulation of their price structure to become more profitable! While many common items remain very competitive and sometimes even below cost, other prices have been inflated greatly and sometimes even above list price which obviously creates a “shopper beware” environment! We have prepared a graph to show some examples below based upon current large business pricing. We call this the Big Box Smoke and Mirrors Game.
If you're a business located in South MS, we beat (or at the very least meet) all out of market competitors, INCLUDING WALMART & AMAZON!!!
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